MISSISSAUGA, ON, April 7, 2020 /CNW/ - Prepared Canada Corp., a recognized leader in private and public sector risk assessment and sustainability planning and training is pleased to announce free 1-2 hour video conference COVID-19 and similar emergency risk reduction strategy training sessions for businesses, charities, public agencies, and their employees on how to apply appropriate and proportionate COVID-19 and similar emergency plans.
The COVID-19 video conferences teach the best available practices, customized to each organization using the most current scientific evidence.
Some of the topics covered in session(s) can include:
What you need to know about how COVID-19 and other future viruses may affect operations
What are the most effective remedial actions to reduce COVID-19
How to shelter-in-place for extended periods
How to make an emergency kit
Alex Vezina, Prepared Canada CEO, noted that, "With so much misinformation and panic during this crisis, we are concerned if making reasonable, informed, strategic decisions is possible for most businesses without outside assistance."
Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Prepared Canada and its CEO, Alex Vezina are recognized leaders in the Business Continuity, Disaster, Emergency, and Crisis Management Professionals industry.
Prepared Canada is a St. John Ambulance Workplace First Aid training "Authorized Provider" with additional medical level "STOP the BLEED" Tourniquet and Wound Packing training from licensed health care professionals and Naloxone training from licensed pharmacists.
Prepared Canada CEO Alex Vezina was featured in a CBC National News story "How Canadians can prepare for coronavirus outbreak" on Feb. 27, 2020.
Alex Vezina also appeared before the Queens Park Social Policy Committee for "Bill 141, Defibrillator Registration and Public Access Act", on Feb. 24, 2020. (Video) (Transcript)
Extended version of FREE COVID-19 video conference seminars Press Release
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